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Please note that if your child must entirely miss a course listed below due to concern of illness or to comply with a health advisory, you will receive a full refund; contact us at 412-441-4442, ext. 3925 with any questions.

Explore our Little Sprouts summer camps for ages 2 – 4 and let us immerse your child in our incredible world. These unique programs touch on topics such as healthy living, art, science and sustainability in fun, interactive ways. All camps include a daily healthy snack. Adult accompaniment is required for each of these programs. To learn even more, please call 412/441-4442, ext. 3925.

AGES 2 – 4
Mondays – Thursdays
$75 MEMBERS  |  $80 NONMEMBERS

Interested in a class that's already sold out? Email us to be placed on our waiting list.

Little Sprouts: Summer Camps

My First Garden

June 15 – 18 | 9 – 10:15 a.m.

Learn how carrots, radishes and flowers grow as we explore Phipps’ Rooftop Edible Garden.

Little Sprouts: Summer Camps

My Five Senses

June 15 – 18  |  11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Explore nature by using your senses of smell, touch, hearing, taste and sight.

Little Sprouts: Summer Camps

Wonderful Worms

June 22 – 25  |  9 – 10:15 a.m.

Learn all about wriggly worms and the important role they play in the environment.

Little Sprouts: Summer Camps

We Like Dirt

June 22 – 25 | 11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Investigate underground life, search for critters that live in dirt, make mud pies and learn how plants grow.

Little Sprouts: Summer Camps

Superhero Bugs

June 29 – July 2  |  9 – 10:15 a.m.

What makes bugs so cool? Find out while investigating your favorite buzzing, creeping and crawling critters at Phipps. 

Little Sprouts: Summer Camps

Pollinators in Our Garden

June 29 – July 2  |  11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Learn about all of the creatures that help our colorful flowers grow in the garden while exploring the plants and animals that call Phipps home.

Photos © Cory Doman and Paul g. Wiegman